D-Wave Systems builds the world's first and only commercial quantum computers. The scientists, engineers and executives here are among the many people who have contributed to this historic achievement. Here are some of the faces and stories behind the company.

Quantum Computing and D-Wave Overview

Introducing the D-Wave 2X

Physics of Quantum Annealing - Hamiltonian and Eigenspectrum

How Quantum Annealing Works

Quantum Annealing Explained

A Tour of D-Wave's Lab Part 1

A Tour of D-Wave's Lab Part 2

A Tour of D-Wave's Lab Part 3

Changing the World
Vern Brownell, CEO

Quantum Programming: Using a Map Coloring Example

Building a Commercial Quantum Computer
Jeremy Hilton, Senior Vice President, Systems

Applications of Quantum Computing
Dr. Suzanne Gildert, Applications development

Speed, Scientific Rigor and Engineering Choices
Commentary from D-Wave Chief Scientist, Eric Ladizinsky

Quantum Journey
Eric Ladizinsky, Chief Scientist

Overcoming Challenges
Murray Thom, Director of Professional Services

The D-Wave Opportunity
Mark Johnson, PhD, Physicist

Building the QC Part 1, Gathering Science
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the Quantum Computer Part 2, The Path Not Taken
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 3, Niobium Chips, the Foundry
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 4, How cold is it?
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 5, How quiet is it?
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave

Building the QC Part 6, Programming Interface
Geordie Rose PhD, CTO, D-Wave